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But with just weeks remaining before its first deadline to report back to the White House, the review panel has effectively been operating as an arm of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which oversees the NSA and all other U.

The panel's advisers work in offices on loan from the DNI. Interview requests and press statements from the review panel are carefully co-ordinated through the DNI's press office. James Clapper, the intelligence director, exempted the panel from U.

Its final report, when it's issued, will be submitted for White House approval before the public can read it. Its meetings in recent weeks with technology industry and privacy groups have been closed to the public even though no classified information was discussed, according to participants.

During one session, two participants said, panel members said the group might hold a separate classified meeting soon with technology executives to discuss details of secret surveillance programs.

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Meinrath said the closed meetings "leave the public out of the loop. Obama described the panel in an Aug. The formal White House memorandum days later -- effectively the legal charter for the group -- does not specify anything about its role being independent of the Obama administration. It directed the panel to emphasize in its review whether U. The final consideration in the White House memo told the panel to examine "our need to maintain the public trust. Federal Advisory Committee Act, which requires such committees to conduct open meetings and notify the public about their activities.

It said Clapper made the decision because of the "highly classified nature of their review," but added: "We are conducting this review as openly and transparently as possible. Bush; and Cass Sunstein, Obama's former regulatory czar. A fifth panel member, Geoffrey Stone of the University of Chicago, le a university committee looking to build Obama's presidential library in Chicago and was an informal adviser to Obama's presidential campaign. Stone wrote in a July op-ed that the NSA surveillance program that collects the phone records of every American every day is constitutional.

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The review panel overlaps with a similar effort by a second advisory group. While PCLOB's work is expected to take months and has no deadline, Obama ordered the review group to report interim findings within 60 days and provide a final report by Dec. PCLOB's hearings so far have been conducted in public, although the group has been given classified briefings by national security officials. A spokeswoman for the White House National Security Council, Caitlin Hayden, said the review group and civil liberties board have separate mandates. She said the review panel is looking at spy programs authorized under the U.

The civil liberties board, however, is focusing on the same surveillance programs, according to a June Congressional authorization letter. Obama has said in recent comments that he might be open to setting up public advocates who could oppose government lawyers at secret federal surveillance court proceedings -- similar to a proposal by Swire in But Women want nsa Alta Wyoming administration has otherwise backed the surveillance programs as essential for national security.

Participants in one session held for the technology industry included lawyers and other figures from Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook and Apple -- firms that reportedly have worked with the NSA in surveillance operations. No phone company executives attended, participants said. Technology executives pressed for more authority to tell computer users their private data is not being abused by the government, said Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. Menu Video Local.

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